The authors call out external references for when you want to learn In summary if you look through the table of contents and you see topics that are unfamiliar or that you ve eard of but don t know the basic what why and Dudo of St Quentin how then this book is a good way to fill in those gaps But if everything looks The greatest value of this book at least upon a cursory skim through seems to lie inow it gives the completely lost UX newbie a practical framework for actually starting work on a project That alone may be reason enough to buy this book I will update this review when I Drittes Reich und Zweiter Weltkrieg have completed a UXIAIxDwebdesign project with reference to the process and ideas in this book I d call this book Real life UX in projects for absolute beginners It provides a good overview on practicalities onow to do UX in any project Locas however most of the examples or just the way of thinking refers to web projects Kindof missing the whole lean product revolution Still seems useful when you are just starting on the field andave absolutely no idea on basics like wireframes or usability testingWhat really made me think while reading this #book is the big generations of ux design this is generation 2 generation web the one after the #is the big generations of ux design
this is generation 2 generation web the one after the com bust and before the rise of lean startups and product is generation 2 generation web the one after the com bust and before the rise of lean startups and product People realized information architecture is very important but were still not referring to it as design or ux as value as they did after the rise of iphone and product thinking It is a useful reference book. Nlist their support Obtain consensus from your team on project objectives Define the scope of your project and avoid mission creep Conduct user research and document your findings Understand and communicate user behavior with personas Design and prototype your application or site Make your product findable with search engine optimization Plan for development product rollout and ongoing uality assurance. .
I was not impressed by this book At it s best it provides useful advice on ow to manage the non UX work of being a UX Professional At it s worst it gets lost in vague suggestions that seem to be about surviving office politics as a freelancer rather than ow to be awesome at UX Design or being an awesome design #PROFESSIONAL AT A MINIMUM THE FACT THAT THE COVER #At a minimum the fact that the cover calls out the words UX and Design is a poor User Experience in that it presents the book as being about UX Design It is not This book is about the business of UX Design If that s what you re looking for you ll likely find some value I was looking for a book about the discipline of doing UX Design I used this book along with Steve Krug s publications on web usability to conduct my first usability testing sessions early this year I would definitely recommend it to people starting out on UX looking for a bit of structure or those with a moderate amount of experience who are interested in fleshing out their processes a little The writing is straightforward clear and examples are well laid out with many opportunities for deeper reading online I found myself diving in and out of *this book at different stages rather than reading it cover to cover which is why it took me so long to *book at different stages rather than reading it cover to cover which is why it took me so long to read it all the way throughA good companion for web developers and worth sharing with your project managers too The emphasis is on project management of content websites rather than information about user experience or int. If you are a young designer entering or contemplating entering the UX field this is a canonical book If you are an organization that really needs to start grokking UX this book is also for you Chris Bernard User Experience Evangelist Microsoft User experience design is the discipline of creating a useful and usable Web site or application one that's easily navigated and meets the needs of both the site. ,
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Eraction design as I ad been Forbidden Mate (Holland Brothers, hoping Gave upalfway through A great book that goes super in depth in all facets of UX If you re a beginner this is a great place to start and informative than some online courses but if you re in the industry it will be nothing new Seemed a little dated still Often Go Awry had good points An introductory guide to the typical UX design process in a business setting Not the most thrilling read but certainly covers a decent breadth of topics as opposed to depth for someone with a minimal background in UX design I wouldave appreciated much detail in certain chapters regarding sitemaps wireframes prototyping and user tests and overall examplesuse cases in book as opposed to references and links to other sources which let s face it not most readers would eagerly pursue anyways This book succeeds in telling you the whats barely brushes on the whys but doesn t dive Under Grand Hotel, Volume 02 headfirst into theows which is an angle I m personally interested in This is a pretty good introduction to the usability process and methods but if you re a user experience designer in the field you probably won t get much out of it So for the UX designers in the making this #Gives Enough Of An #enough of an of the methods to know when and why you would use a particular method It also includes enough of the ow that you could
"Get By On A Smaller "by on a smaller or a larger project with a mentor But if you need to be a self taught UX designer you ll need to find a resource that goes into detail Luckily. Owner and its users But there's a lot to successful UX design than knowing the latest Web technologies or design trends It takes diplomacy project management skills and business savvy That's where this book comes in Authors Russ Unger and Carolyn Chandler show you ow to integrate UX principles into your project from start to finish Understand the various roles in UX design identify stakeholders and